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Performer: Blondie
Title: The Curse of Blondie
Style: American Punk,Contemporary Pop/Rock,New Wave,New York Punk,Punk/New Wave,Dance-Rock,Club/Dance,Disco,Punk
Location: Avatar Studios, New York, NY
Duration: 01:05:14
Released: April 6, 2004
Size MP3 version: 1740 mb
Size FLAC version: 1926 mb
Size WMA version: 1624 mb
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 990
Format: MOD FLAC VOX DMF ASF MP3
Genre: Pop Rock

Blondie - The Curse of Blondie mp3 download


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The Curse of Blondie.

The Curse of Blondie is the eighth studio album from the American rock band Blondie. It was released in October 2003, and peaked at in the UK. The band departed from bankrupt Beyond Records and signed with Sony Music. The Curse of Blondie had the working title Phasm 8, which was also the name of the tour they were doing before the release

No Exit was a textbook example of everything a reunion album shouldn't be - sloppily written, dominated by embarrassing attempts to sound current (especially the Coolio duet in the metallic title track), and calculatedly commercial. But what's shocking is that this, and not No Exit, is what should've been Blondie's big comeback effort.

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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Shakedown Roy Ashby / Debbie Harry / Chris Stein Blondie 5:05
2 Good Boys Kevin Griffin / Debbie Harry Blondie 4:18
3 Undone Craig Bartock / Debbie Harry / John Vitale Blondie 4:28
4 Golden Rod Leigh Foxx / Debbie Harry Blondie 5:23
5 Rules for Living Jimmy Destri Blondie 5:12
6 Background Melody (The Only One) Jimmy Destri / Debbie Harry Blondie 3:54
7 Magic (Asadoya Yunta) Roy Ashby / Debbie Harry / Traditional Blondie 4:05
8 End to End Roy Ashby / Debbie Harry / Chris Stein Blondie 3:59
9 Hello Joe Roy Ashby / Debbie Harry / Chris Stein Blondie 4:06
10 The Tingler Debbie Harry / Chris Stein Blondie 3:52
11 Last One in the World Jimmy Destri Blondie 4:31
12 Diamond Bridge Jimmy Destri / Debbie Harry Blondie 4:07
13 Desire Brings Me Back Gretchen Langheld Blondie 5:31
14 Songs of Love (For Richard) Gretchen Langheld Blondie 6:43

Credits

Roy Ashby - Composer
Craig Bartock - Composer
Marla Belt - Make-Up
Howie Beno - Programming
Danny Bernini - Engineer
Blondie - Primary Artist
Jimmi K. Bones - Musician
Kitty Boots - Stylist
Jeff Bova - Producer
Clem Burke - Drums
Paul Carbonara - Guitar
Jimmy Destri - Composer, Keyboards
Leigh Foxx - Bass, Composer
John Goodmason - Engineer
Kevin Griffin - Composer, Producer
Debbie Harry - Composer, Vocals
Roy Hendrickson - Engineer
Chris Ingram - Mixing
Allen Kovac - Executive Producer
Gretchen Langheld - Composer, Musician
Craig Leon - Producer
Paul Logus - Engineer
George Marino - Mastering
James Mazlen - Musician, Programming
Randy Nicklaus - Mixing, Producer
Ross Petersen - Assistant Engineer
Robert Roth - Art Direction, Photography
Sean Spuehler - Programming
Chris Stein - Composer, Guitar
Rob Talty - Hair Stylist
Steve Thompson - Mixing, Producer
Traditional - Composer
John Vitale - Composer
Tom Weir - Engineer, Mixing
ALAN
Four years after their excellent reformation album, `No Exit', Blondie returned with the breathtakingly overproduced `The Curse of Blondie'. In fact, the production is so ear-bleedingly full of cold, hard edged synths, steely heavy guitars and general crashing that it is easy to overlook the fact that most of the songs are actually pretty good. This recording is also so over-precise that it leaves no room to recapture the spontaneity of the six albums from the band's first career, and certainly no room for the lower east side grit that nicely infused `No Exit'.Of the 14 songs, three seem like they are from another artist, let alone another album - `Magic (Asadoya yunta)' is an update of a traditional Okinowan (Japanese) folk song, while `Desire Brings Me Back' and `Songs of Love', written by avante garde jazz saxophonist, Gretchen Langheld, would be far more at home on one of Deborah Harry's artier side projects. As it is, `Magic' simply serves to interrupt the flow of the album and the other two just seem tacked on the end - a shame, because in other company they would have sounded like the great songs they actually are. Here, they are just annoying.The album opens with the grungy metal rap verse and angelic chorus of `Shakedown', a track intended for `The Sopranos' TV soundtrack. It is harsh and not entirely convincing, but it is followed by the infectious, if slight, Eurodance fluff of `Good Boys'. Harry and Stein again co-write with New York author, Romy Ashby on a number of songs, including the ode to Joey Ramone, the lovely lilting `Hello Joe'. Other highlights include Jimmy Destri's `Rules for Living', the awesome new wave punk onslaught of `Golden Rod' and the haunting Destri/Harry composition, `Diamond Bridge', which should have been the album's closer. The remainder includes a silly tune about the Vincent Price film, `The Tingler' and the ok but forgettable `Undone'.The trouble with `The Curse of Blondie' is you can't help thinking that everything would have sounded so much better and far more faithful to the Blondie sound, had their old producer, Mike Chapman (Suzi Quatro, The Divinyls, The Knack, Pat Benatar) - or `No Exit's' Craig Leon - been in charge. As it is, the awful production of Steve Thompson (he produced bands like Anthrax, The Rollins Band and Korn, for God's sake!) brings an unnecessary harshness and aggression to the project, drowning many songs in noise and absolutely ruining others (Destri's foreboding `Last One In the World' almost becomes heavy metal!). It all serves, sadly, to reinforce the fact that Blondie's charm was always their lightness of touch.